MEHWAR: Security Organs Criticized for Mosque Attack
Afghans on Wednesday questioned the security strategy of the Afghan security institutions hours after a bomb exploded inside Wazir Akbar Khan mosque, which is located in a highly fortified area of Kabul.
At least two people were killed, including the mosque's imam Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, and eight others were wounded.
War-weary Afghans said that the country’s security organs should have prevented such a targeted killing.
They also called on the acting minister of interior affairs and district police chief to step down.
The explosion happened at Wazir Akbar Khan mosque in downtown Kabul on Tuesday evening.
The Ministry of Interior Affairs has pledged to share the results of its investigation as soon as possible.
In this episode of the program, host Yasir Abrar discusses the topic with Fazel Hadi Wazin, a lecturer at the university, Dr Abu Bakir Mutaqi, Member of the Commission for the Supervision of the Implementation of the Constitution, Mirdad Khan Nijrabi, MP, and Tariq Arian, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior Affairs.